Dr. Sohum Sohoni and Dr. Scotty Craig, Arizona State University, USA
Rs. 1,900 for participants from IUCEE Consortium Institutions
Rs. 2,900 for participants from Non-IUCEE Consortium Institutions
Introductory webinar on September 12 (Tue) at 10 am IST
This course aims to provide directly applicable information as well as pointers to the research methods typically employed in engineering education. The specific focus is on the scholarship of teaching and learning, and how practicing instructors may test new ideas or validate proven pedagogical innovations in their classrooms. The methods outlined, potential pitfalls, and pointers to the resources provided should be useful for both paper writers, as well as reviewers. The webinar will involve participants in activities that immediately apply the principles taught.
Engineering instructors interested in conducting studies and publishing the results of these studies in international journals and conference proceedings + reviewers for these publication avenues.
Scotty D. Craig is an Assistant Professor in the Human Systems Engineering Program within the Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. He received his PhD in Experimental Psychology from The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, USA. Dr. Craig has over 100 publications (journal articles, conferences proceedings, book chapters, and books) in the intersection of Psychology, Learning and Technology. During his career, he has received 4 best paper awards from International conferences and two awards recognizing his research (Roland L. Frye Achievement Award for Research from The University of Memphis and the Innovation in Scholarship Award from The Polytechnic School of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering).
Sohum Sohoni received the B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from Pune University, India, in 1998 and a PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, in 2004. From 2005 to 2012, he was an Assistant Professor at Oklahoma State University. Since 2012 he has been an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University. His research interests are broadly in the areas of computer architecture and performance analysis, and in engineering and computing education. He has published his research in various international journals and conferences, and has received 4 Best Paper Awards so far
Pre-Register ASAP in order to ensure a seat at
Deadline for Pre-Registration: Sept 10, 2017
Tentative Schedule (7 weekly webinars all at 10 am IST)
Sept 26 (Tue) at 10 am IST; Oct 3 (Tue) at 10 am IST; Oct 17 (Tue) at 10 am IST; Oct 31 (Tue) at 10 am IST; Nov 14 (Tue) at 10 am IST; Nov 28 (Tue) at 10 am IST; Dec 5 (Tue) at 10 am IST.